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Different Jigs

Here are some different jigs that I have created or used over the years. If you have one send me a photo of it and I will place it here

Putter Jig

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This jigs was for putters

Button Jig

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This jig was for doing button. It was done on cardboard so that the customer could press his buttons into the round holes and they would stick.

Button Jig 2

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Here are the buttons pressed into the jig and sprayed with Thermark (Cermark).

Pocket Knife Jig

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Here is a jig in acrylic for pocket knives

Pocket Knife Jig 2

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Here is another pocket knife jig cut into acrylic. To make this jig required me to take a picture of the jig and than use the photo to draw out the outer shape of the knife so that I could cut it with the laser machine

Wooden Key Tag

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Wooden key tag jig created out of cardboard

Wooden Key Tag 2

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Here is a bit of a different jig for another wooden key tag

Key Tag 3

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This jig does key tags.

Key Tag 4

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Here are the key tags line up on the jig

Wood Pen Box Jig

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Here is a jig to hold wooden pen boxes

Pen Box Jig Reinforced

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I put a sheet of engraving material behind the jig to give it strength and rigidity.

Knife Jig

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Here is knife jig to hold a number of knives. I have a metal sheet under this jig (made of wood) to add strength.

Knife Jig 2

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The secret here is to keep the knifes as close to each other to maximize your speed across the knives.

Knife Jig 3

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All the knives lined up in the Fiber Laser

Pen Jig 1

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Lots of pens on this jig

Pen Jig 2

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Pens are lined up close to each other to maximize speed

Use the Box the Product Came In

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Sometimes using the box that the item came in makes a good jig

Use the Box the Product Came In 2

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I used 3 mm mdf to create this knife jig

Beer Stein Jig

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Pink Styrofoam works good. This glass fits perfectly in the rectangle cutout. This jig allowed the customer to do his mugs flat and in multiples.

Wine Glass Jig

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I did the same styrofoam jig to do wineglasses. We used a 4 inch lens to maximize the engraving area on the glass

Wine Glass 2

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The same jig can be used for non stem glass

Wine Glass 3

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I cut slots in the cardboard to hold the base and keep the glass level.

Large Glass

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Hmm a nice flex glass 🙂

Flex Glass 2

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I had too cut the bottom to shape so that the glass would fit in the jig

Water Bottle Jig

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Here is a jig made out of cardboard so that the bottle sits flat

Water Bottle Jig 2

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The fit is nice and tight and the bottle is level

Water Bottle Jig 3

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Here is another water bottle jig done in cardboard. They fit tight and are level in height

Annual Plaque Plate Jig

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This jig made it easier for the customer to place on the plates for an annual

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